Judy Mae Orgill

On Friday December 4, 2020, Judy Mae Orgill, Loving mother, grandmother, sister and aunt passed away at the age 74. Judy was born November 8, 1946, in Ogden Utah to Arthur and Gail Birt. She received a teaching degree from weber state, then moved to Las Vegas NV. Where she taught at Tom Williams elementary, Walter Bracken elementary and then other school till she retired from teaching in 2003. She met her Husband Leslie Vern Orgill and were sealed for all time and eternity in the St. George temple August 17, 1978. Then in November 5, 1979 gave birth to her son Darwin L. Orgill.

She was active and strong member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She loved to paint and do crafty things. She also loved to read and spend time with family and her grandson.  Judy was proceeded in death by her parents, Brother Donald and Husband. She is survived by her son Darwin, daughter in law Stephanie, grandson Braydon, 7 siblings: Nadine, Gary, Elwin, Allen, Roger, Tom, Lucinda, and several cousins, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be in Las Vegas NV December 16, 2020 At the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saint Chapel on  Hollywood and Kell, at 2pm. Burial will be in Morgan Utah December 18, 2020 At 10 am

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  • Kingi and Celeste
    December 16, 2020 3:30 pm

    Judy we love you!
    Thanks for the beautiful memories and times we spent together. We will never be able to look at a tomato quite the same way again :o)
    We will really miss your visits. Loved having you close by. You really should’ve moved back to Utah. We would’ve taken good care of you.
    Just wondering what Brayden is going to do without you. Oh that’s right, he’ll still have you close by. Will miss seeing him too.
    Thanks for always bringing a huge smile and an upbeat personality with you whenever you came a’visiting.
    We love the way your family loves each other. We love your family too. You have a very unique and special family. Your sense of humor is crazy wonderful!
    Well missy,
    Now what are we going to do with your sisters? You’re just one less person they have to love on. That’s a huge gap they have to fill. Probably as big as the huge gaping hole you’ve left in their hearts. But you know what? They may leave a wet trail of tears everywhere they go, but they’re resilient. They’ll manage. They’re made of tough English and Scandinavian stock. (That tends to fall apart behind closed doors) but they’ll manage. One day at a time. We love them very much and will do everything we can to make them smile.
    Thanks for everything Judy. Thanks for being so good to us. You’re a wonderful friend and sister.
    Love you so much.
    See you again soon.

    And to all our Birt Family,
    So grateful for the Plan of Happiness and the knowledge and blessing of knowing that Judy lives on.
    Thanks for always welcoming us into your hearts and your homes.
    May the Lord bless and comfort you all.
    Love you forever!
    Like you for always!
    Kingi, Celeste & Family

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  • Dear Nadine and Lucinda,
    It is with much sadness I heard of Judy’s passing. Please know my heart and prayers are with you at this sorrowful time in you lives. I was glad I had the opportunity to meet Judy and feel of her spirit. May you know of the outpouring of love I have for you both. May you feel our Savior’s love in abundance in the coming days.

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